.

Prof. Gidi Ne'eman

Associate Professor

Gidi Neeman

Contact

Department of Biology and Environment, University of Haifa - Oranim, Tivon 36006, Israel
Tel: (972) 4 9838820
Fax: (972) 4 9832167
Mobile (972) 52 2617426
E-mail: gneeman@research.haifa.ac.il
E -mail: gneeman@gmail.com

 


Biography


Place and Date of Birth:               Israel, 20 November 1946
Marital Status:                             Married + 4
Permanent Home Address:          Kineret 29, Moshav Amirim 20115, ISRAEL.

Education

Period of Study

University and Department

Degree

1967 – 1970

Tel-Aviv University

B.Sc. in Biology

1970 – 1972

Tel-Aviv University Department of Botany

M.Sc. in Botany

1973 – 1983

Tel-Aviv University Department of Botany

Ph.D. in Botany

 

Research Interests

1. Plant ceology.
2. Fire ecology.
3. Pollination and reproductive ecology.
5. Conservation.

Recent research projects

Fire

fire

Pollination

flowers

Biodiversity and conservation

Biodiversity

Publications
Articles In Refereed Journals

  1. Galil, J. and Ne'eman, G. 1977. Pollen transfer and pollination in the common fig (Ficus carica L.). New Phytologist 79: 163- 171. (IF=5.178; R=9/156; NSC=47). Ref
  2. 2 Ne'eman, G. and Galil, J. 1978. Seed set in "male syconia" of the common fig, Ficus carica L. (caprificus). New Phytologist 81: 375-380 (IF=5.178; R=9/156; NSC=11). Ref
  3. 3Ne'eman, G., Lahav, H. and Izhaki, I. 1992. Spatial patterns of seedlings one year after fire in a Mediterranean pine forest. Oecologia 91: 365-370 (IF=3.008; R=31/124; NSC=56). Ref
  4. Izhaki, I., Lahav, H. and Ne'eman, G. 1992. Spatial distribution patterns of Rhus coriaria seedlings after fire in a Mediterranean pine forest. Acta Oecologica 13: 279-289 (IF=1.456; R=66/124; NSC=3). Ref
  5. Ne'eman, G., Meir, I. and Ne'eman, R. 1993. The influence of pine ash on the germination and early growth of Pinus halepensis and Cistus salviifolius. Water Science and Technology 27: 525-532 (IF=1.005; R=34/60; NSC=5). Ref
  6. Ne'eman, G. Meir, I. and Ne'eman, R. 1993. The effect of ash on the germination and early growth of shoots and roots of Pinus, Cistus and annuals. Seed Science and Technology 21: 339-349 (IF=0.410; R=119/147; NSC=30). Ref
  7. Ne'eman, G. 1993. Variation in leaf phenology and habit in Quercus ithaburensis, a Mediterranean deciduous tree. Journal of Ecology 81: 627-634 (IF=4.262; R=12/156; NSC=22). Ref
  8. Ne'eman, G. Lahav. H and Izhaki, I. 1995. Recovery of vegetation in a natural east-Mediterranean pine forest on Mt. Carmel, Israel, as affected by management strategies. Forest Ecology and Management 75: 17-26 (IF=2.11; R=4/32; NSC=33). Ref
  9. Ne'eman, G. and Nesher, R. 1995. Pollination ecology and the significance of colour change in Lupinus pilosus L. Israel Journal of Plant Sciences 43: 135-145 (IF=0.369; R=133/156; NSC=7). Ref
  10. Henig-Sever, N., Eshel, A. and Ne’eman, G. 1996. pH and osmotic potential of pine ash as post-fire germination inhibitors. Physiologia Plantarum 96: 71-76 (IF=2.334; R=31/156; NSC=8). Ref
  11. Ne’eman, G. 1996. Pollination ecology in Lupinus pilosus. Bocconea 5: 201-209 (Not indexed). Ref
  12. Ne’eman, G. and Izhaki, I. 1996. Colonization in an abandoned East Mediterranean vineyard. Journal of Vegetation Science 7: 465-472 (IF=2.037; R=5/39; NSC=36). Ref
  13. Izhaki, I. and Ne'eman, G. 1996. The effect of porcupine and bast scale disturbance on Aleppo pine recruitment. Acta Oecologica 17: 97-107 (IF=1.456; R=66/124; NSC=6). Ref
  14. Izhaki, I. and Ne’eman, G. 1997. Hares (Lepus sp.) as seed dispersers of Retema reatem (Fabaceae) in a sandy landscape. Journal of Arid Environments 37: 343-354 (IF=1.589; R=75/163; NSC=20). Ref
  15. Schiller, G., Ne’eman, G. and Korol, L. 1997. Post-fire vegetation dynamics in a native Pinus halepensis Mill. stands on Mt. Carmel, Israel. Israel Journal of Plant Sciences 45: 297:308 (IF=0.369; R=133/156; NSC=15). Ref
  16. Ne’eman, G. 1997. Regeneration of natural pine forest - a review of work done after the 1989 fire in Mount Carmel, Israel. The International Journal of Wildland Fire 7: 295-306 (IF=1.432; R=14/39; NSC=18). Ref
  17. Ne’eman, G., Perevolotsky, A. and Schiller, G. 1997. The Management implications of the Mt. Carmel research project. The International Journal of Wildland Fire 7: 343-350 (IF=1.432; R=14/39; NSC=6). Ref
  18. Ne’eman, G. and Izhaki, I. 1998. Stability of pre- and post-fire spatial structure of pine trees in Aleppo pine forest Ecography 21: 535-542 (IF=4.099; R=4/28; NSC=13). Ref
  19. Ne'eman, G., Henig-Sever, N. and Eshel, A. 1999. Regulation of the germination of Rhus coriaria L., a post-fire pioneer, by heat, ash, pH, water potential and ethylene. Physiologia Plantarum 106: 47-52 (IF=2.334; R=31/156; NSC=5). Ref
  20. Ne'eman, G. 1999. A comparative study of reproduction and biomass allocation between spring and autumn flowering Mediterranean geophytes. Journal of Mediterranean Ecology 1: 27-34 (Not indexed; NSC=0). Ref
  21. Keeley, J. E., Fotheringham, C. J. and Ne’eman, G. 1999. Immaturity risk in a fire dependent pine. Journal of Mediterranean Ecology 1: 41-48 (Not indexed; NSC=11). Ref
  22. Ne’eman, G., Dafni, A. and Potts, S.G. 1999. A new pollination probability index (PPI) for pollen load analysis as a measure for pollination effectiveness of bees. Journal of Apicultural Research 38: 19-23 (IF=0.600; R=43/72; NSC=2). Ref
  23. Ne'eman, G. and Dafni, A. 1999. Fire bees and seed production in a Mediterranean key species Salvia fruticosa (Lamiaceae). Israel Journal of Plant Sciences 47: 157-163. (IF=0.369; R=133/156; NSC=1). Ref
  24. Ne’eman, G. and Izhaki, I. 1999. The effect of stand age and microhabitat on soil seed banks in Mediterranean Aleppo pine forests after fire. Plant Ecology 144: 115-125 (IF=1.730; R=6/39; NSC=20). Ref
  25. Ne’eman, G. and Izhaki, I. 1999. Ecology and management of Mediterranean pine forests – conclusions of the international MEDPINE workshop. Journal of Mediterranean Ecology 1: 133-138 (Not indexed; NSC=0). Ref
  26. Ne’eman, G., Fotheringham, C. J. and Keeley, J. E. 1999. Patch to landscape patterns in post-fire recruitment of a serotinous conifer. Plant Ecology 145: 235-242 (IF=1.730; R=6/39; NSC=19). Ref
  27. Ne’eman, G., Dafni, A. and Potts, S.G. 2000. Effect of fire on flower visitation rate and fruit-set in four core-species in east Mediterranean scrubland. Plant Ecology 146: 97-104 (IF=1.730; R=6/39; NSC=19). Ref
  28. Henig-Sever, N., Eshel, A. and Ne’eman, G. 2000. Regulation of the germination of Aleppo pine (Pinus halepensis) by nitrate, ammonium and gibberellin, and its role in post-fire forest regeneration. Physiologia Plantarum 108: 390-397. (IF=2.334; R=31/1156; NSC=11). Ref
  29. Eshel, A., Henig-Sever, N. and Ne'eman, G. 2000. Spatial variation of seedling distribution in an east Mediterranean pine woodland at the beginning of post-fire succession. Plant Ecology 148: 175-182 (IF=1.730; R=6/39; NSC=19). Ref
  30. Izhaki, I., Henig-Sever, N. and Ne’eman, G. 2000. Soil seed banks in Mediterranean Aleppo pine forests: the effect of heat, cover and ash on seedling emergence. Journal of Ecology 88: 667-675 (IF=4.262; R=12/156; NSC=17). Ref
  31. Potts, S.G., Dafni, A. and Ne’eman, G. 2001. Pollination of a core flowering shrub species in Mediterranean phrygana: variation in pollinator diversity, abundance and effectiveness in response to fire. Oikos 92: 71-80 (IF=2.970; R=33/124; NSC=34). Ref
  32. Perevolotsky, A., Ne'eman, G., Yonathan, R and Henkin, Z. 2001. Resilience of prickly burnet to management intervention in East Mediterranean rangelands. Journal of Range Management 54: 561-566 (IF=1.107; R=19/45; NSC=9). Ref
  33. Ne’eman, G. and Kevan, P. G. 2001. The effect of shape parameters on maximal detection distance of model targets by honeybee workers. Journal of Comparative Physiology A 187: 653-660 (IF=2.014; R=19/125; NSC=12). Ref
  34. Hanley, M. E., Fenner, M. and Ne’eman, G. 2001. Pre-germination heat-shock and seedling growth of fire-following Fabaceae from four Mediterranean-climate regions. Acta Oecologica 22: 315-320. (IF=1.456; R=66/124; NSC=12). Ref
  35. Goubitz, S., Werger, M.J.A., Shmida, A. and Ne’eman, G. 2002. Cone abortion in Pinus halepensis: the role of pollen quality tree size and cone location. Oikos 97: 125-133 (IF=2.970; R=33/124; NSC=4). Ref
  36. Lev-Yadun, S., Dafni, A., Inbar, M., Izhaki. I. and Ne’eman. G. 2002. Colour patterns in vegetative parts of plants deserve more research attention. Trends in Plant Science 7: 59-60 (IF=9.210; R=4/156; NSC=17). Ref
  37. Ne’eman, G.  2003. To be or not to be – the effect of nature conservation management on the flowering of Paeonia mascula (L.) Miller in Israel. Biological Conservation 109: 103-109 (IF=3.566; R=14/163; NSC=7). Ref
  38. Potts, S.G., Vulliamy, B., Dafni, A., Ne’eman, G., O’Toole, C., Roberts, S. and Willmer, P.G. 2003. Response of plant-pollinator communities following fire: changes in diversity, abundance and reward structure. Oikos 101: 103-112 (IF=2.970; R=33/124; NSC=19). Ref
  39. Goubitz, S., Werger, M. and Ne'eman, G. 2003. Germination response to fire related factors of seeds from non-serotinous and serotinous cones. Plant Ecology 169: 195-204 (IF=1.730; R=6/39; NSC=12). Ref
  40. Potts, S.G., Vulliamy B., Dafni, A., Ne’eman, G. and Willmer, P.G. 2003. Linking bees and flowers: how do floral communities structure pollinator communities? Ecology 26: 2628-2642 (IF=4.874; R=11/124; NSC=72). Ref
  41. Lev-Yadun, S., and Ne’eman, G. 2004. When may green plants be apposematic? Biological Journal of the Linnaean Society 81: 413-416 (IF=2.019; R=23/39; NSC=8). Ref
  42. Ne’eman, G., Goubitz, S. and Nathan, R. 2004. Reproductive traits of Pinus halepensis in the light of fire – a critical review. Plant Ecology 171:69-79 (IF=1.730; R=6/39; NSC=31). Ref
  43. Nathan, R. and Ne’eman G. 2004. Spatiotemporal dynamics of recruitment in Aleppo pine (Pinus halepensis Miller) Plant Ecology 171: 123-137 (IF=1.730; R=6/39; NSC=20). Ref
  44. Goubitz, S., Nathan, R., Roitemberg, D., Shmida, A. and Ne'eman, G. 2004. Canopy seed bank structure in relation to: fire, tree size and density Plant Ecology 173: 191-201 (IF=1.730; R=6/39; NSC=14). Ref
  45. Potts, S., Vulliamy, B, Roberts, S., O’Toole, C., Dafni, A., Ne’eman, G. and Willmer, P. 2004. Nectar resource diversity organizes flower-visitor community structure. Entomologia experimentalis et Applicata 113: 103-107 (IF=1.281; R=19/72; NSC=18). Ref
  46. Lev-Yadun, S. Dafni, A., Flaishman, M. A., Inbar, M., Izhaki, I., Katzir, G. and Ne’eman, G. 2004. Plant coloration undermines herbivorous insect camouflage. BioEssays 26: 1126-1130 (IF=5.316; R=6/72; NSC=31). Ref
  47. Potts, S., Vulliamy, B. Roberts, S., O’Toole, C., Dafni, A., Ne’eman, G. and Willmer, P. 2005. Role of nesting resources in organizing diverse bee communities in a Mediterranean landscape. Ecological Entomology 30: 78-85 (IF=1.910; R=9/72; NSC=51). Ref
  48. Sapir, Y., Shmida, A. and Ne'eman, G. 2005. Pollination of Oncocyclus irises (Iris: Iridaceae) by night-sheltering male bees. Plant Biology 7: 417-424 (IF=1.944; R=45/156; NSC=10). Ref
  49. Singaravelan, N., Ne’eman G., Inbar, M. and Izhaki. I. 2005. Feeding responses of free-flying honeybees to secondary compounds mimicking floral nectars. Journal of Chemical Ecology 31: 2791-2804 (IF=2.327; R=155/275; NSC=20). Ref
  50.  Singaravelan, N., Inbar, M., Ne’eman G., Distl, M., Wink, M.and Izhaki. I. 2006. The effect of nectar-nicotine on colony fitness of caged honeybees. Journal of Chemical Ecology 32: 49-58 (IF=2.327; R=155/275; NSC=7). Ref
  51. Sapir, Y., Shmida, A. and Ne'eman, G. 2006. Morning floral heat as reward to the pollinators of the Oncocyclus irises. Oecologia 147: 53-59 (IF=3.08; R=31/124; NSC=6). Ref
  52. Ne’eman, G., Shavit. O., Shaltiel, L. and Shmida, A. 2006. Foraging by male and female solitary bees with implications for pollination. Journal of Insect Behavior 19: 383-401 (IF=1.179; R=26/72; NSC=4). Ref
  53. Ne’eman, G., Ne’eman, R. and Ellison, A. 2006. Limits to reproductive success of Sarracenia purpurea (Sarraceniaceae). American Journal of Botany 93: 1660-1666 (IF=2.696; R=16/147; NSC=5). Ref
  54. Lev-Yadun, S., Ne'eman, G., Shahal, A. and Flaishman, A. 2006. Comments on "Early domesticated fig in the Jordan valley". Science 314: 1683 (IF=28.103; R=2/42; NSC=9). Ref
  55. Lev-Yadun, S. and Ne'eman, G. 2006. Color changes in old aposematic thorns, spines, and prickles. Israel Journal of Plant Sciences 54: 327-333 (IF=0.369; R=133/156; NSC=1). Ref
  56. Shachak, M., Boeken, B., Groner, E., Kadmon, R., Lubin, Y., Meron, E., Ne'eman, G., Perevolotsky, A., Shkedy, Y. and Ungar, E. 2008. Woody species as landscape modulators and their effect on biodiversity patterns. BioScience 58: 209-221 (Note: second to last authors have equal contributions and appear in alphabetic order) (IF=4.058; R=10/72; NSC=3). Ref
  57. Nahum, S., Inbar, M., Ne'eman, G. and Ben-shlomo, R. 2008. Phenotypic plasticity and gene diversity in Pistacia lentiscus L. along environmental gradients in Israel. Tree Genetics and Genomes. 4: 777-785 (IF=2.426; R=2/39; NSC=0). Ref
  58. Ne’eman, G., Ne’eman, R., Keith, D. and Whelan, R. 2009. Does post-fire plant regeneration mode affect germination ecophysiology and early seedling growth? Oecologia. 159: 483-492 (IF=3.008; R=9/156; NSC=0). Ref
  59. Lev-Yadun, S. Ne'eman, G. and Shanas, U. 2009. A sheep in wolf's clothing: do carrion and dung odors of flowers not only attract pollinators but also deter herbivores? BioEssays. 31: 84-88 (IF=5.316; R=6/72; NSC=0). Ref
  60. Lev-Yadun, S., Katzir, G. and Ne’eman, G.  2009. Rheum palaestinum (desert rhubarb) a self-irrigating desert plant. Naturwisenschaften. 96: 393-397 (IF=2.126; R=10/42; NSC=0). Ref
  61. Lev-Yadun, S., Ne’eman, G and Izhaki, I. 2009. Unripe red fruits may be aposematic. Plant Signaling & Behavior 4: 836-841 (New journal, not indexed). Ref
  62. Agra, H. and Ne'eman G. 2009. Woody species as landscape modulators: Their effect on the herbaceous plants in a Mediterranean maquis. Plant Ecology 205: 165-177 (IF=1.730; R=6/39; NSC=0). Ref
  63. Shavit, O. Dafni, A. and Ne'eman, G. 2009. Competition between honeybees (Apis mellifera) and native solitary bees in the Mediterranean region of Israel - implications for biodiversity conservation. Israel Journal of Ecology and Evolution 57: 171-183 (IF=0.842; R=94/124). Ref
  64. Ronel, M., Ne’eman, G., and Lev-Yadun, S. 2010. Spiny east-Mediterranean plant species flower later and in a drier season than non-spiny species. Flora 205: 276-281 (IF=1.031; R=81/156). Ref
  65. Ne'eman, G., Jürgens, A., Newstrom-Lloyd, L., Potts, S.G. and Dafni, A. 2010. A framework for comparing pollinator performance: effectiveness and efficiency. Biological Reviews 85: 435-451. (IF=8.755; R=2/71). Ref
  66. Agra, H. and Ne'eman G. 2011. Quercus calliprinos regrowth advantage under grazing in Mediterranean maquis and its management implications Forest Ecology and Management 261: 143–147 (IF=2.11; R=4/32; NSC=0). Ref
  67. Nahum, S., Inbar, M, Ne'eman, G. and Ben-Shlomo, R. 2010. Phylogeography and gene diversity of the gall-forming aphid Aploneura lentisci in the Mediterranean basin. Israel Journal of Plant Sciences 58: 121-129. (IF=0.369; R=133/156). Ref
  68. Perevolotsky, A., Schwartz-Tzachor, R., Yonathan, R. and  Ne’eman G. Geophytes – herbivore interactions: reproduction and population dynamics of Anemone coronaria L.Plant Ecology 212:563–571. (IF=1.730; R=6/39; NSC=0). Ref
  69. Ne’eman, G., Goubitz, S., Werger, M.J.A. and Shmida, A. 2011. Relations between tree size, crown shape, gender segregation and sex allocation in Pinus halepensis, a Mediterranean pine tree. Annals of Botany (IF=3.5; R=18/173; NSC=0). Ref
  70. Oswald, W.W., Doughty, E.D., Ne’eman, G., Ne’eman, R. and Ellison, A.M. Pollen morphology and taxonomy of the genus Sarracenia (Sarraceniaceae). Submitted to: Rhodora (IF=0.2; R=166/173; NSC=0).

CHAPTERS IN BOOKS

  1. Ne'eman, G., Lahav, H. and Izhaki, I. 1992. Resilience of vegetation to fire in an East-Mediterranean pine forest on Mount Carmel, Israel: the effect of post-fire management regimes. In: Trabaud, L. and Prodon, R. (eds.), The Role of Fire in Mediterranean Ecosystems. Commission of the European Community, Brussels, pp. 127-140.
  2. Ne'eman, G. and Goubitz, S. 2000. Phenology of east Mediterranean vegetation. In: Trabaud, L. (ed.) Advances in Ecological Sciences: Life and Environment in Mediterranean Ecosystems. Computational Mechanics Publications, Southampton, UK, pp. 155-202.
  3. Ne’eman, G. 2000. The effect of burned pine trees on post-fire regeneration. In: Ne’eman, G. and Trabaud, L. (eds). Ecology, Biogeography and Management of Pinus halepensis and P. brutia Mediterranean Pine Forest Ecosystems. Buckhuys Publishers, Leiden, pp. 303-320.
  4. Ne’eman, G. and Perevolotsky, A. 2000. The management of burnt forests in Israel. In: Ne’eman, G. and Trabaud, L. (eds). Ecology, Biogeography and Management of Pinus halepensis and P. brutia Mediterranean Pine Forest Ecosystems. Buckhuys Publishers, Leiden, pp. 321-334 (Refereed chapter).
  5. Nathan, R. and Ne’eman, G. 2000. Serotiny, seed dispersal and seed predation in Pinus halepensis. In: Ne’eman, G. and Trabaud, L. (eds). Ecology, Biogeography and Management of Pinus halepensis and P. brutia Mediterranean Pine Forest Ecosystems. Buckhuys Publishers, Leiden, pp. 105-118.
  6. Izhaki, I. and Ne’eman, G. 2000. Soil seed banks in Pinus halepensis natural forests. In: Ne’eman, G. and Trabaud, L. (eds). Ecology, Biogeography and Management of Pinus halepensis and P. brutia Mediterranean Pine Forest Ecosystems. Buckhuys Publishers, Leiden, pp. 167-182.
  7. Shmida, A., Lev-Yadun, S., Goubitz, S. and Ne’eman, G. 2000. Sexual allocation and gender segregation in Pinus halepensis, P. brutia and P. pinea. In: Ne’eman, G. and Trabaud, L. (eds). Ecology, Biogeography and Management of Pinus halepensis and P. brutia Mediterranean Pine Forest Ecosystems. Buckhuys Publishers, Leiden, pp. 91-104.
  8. Arianoutsou, M. and Ne’eman, G. 2000. Post-fire regeneration of natural Pinus halepensis in the east Mediterranean. In: Ne’eman, G. and Trabaud, L. (eds). Ecology, Biogeography and Management of Pinus halepensis and P. brutia Mediterranean Pine Forest Ecosystems. Buckhuys Publishers, Leiden. pp. 269-290.
     


Classes

Name of course

Type of course

Degree

Organisms in their natural environment.

Lectures & field

B.Sc. (Haifa)

General botany.

Lecture & lab.

B.Sc. (Haifa)

Geobotany, plant ecology in Israel.

Lecture & field

B.Sc. (Haifa)

Pollination ecology - inter-university workshop at Mt. Meiron (with Profs. Shmida and Dafni).

Field workshop

B.Sc. M.Sc. Ph.D.
(Haifa)

Quantitative methods in ecology (with Prof. Izhaki).

Lecture, exercises & field

B.Sc. (Haifa)

Experimental design and analyses of scientific data (with Prof. Izhaki).

Lecture, exercises & field

M.Sc. (Haifa)

Ecology of Mediterranean forests (with other faculty members).

Lecture & field

M.Sc. (Haifa)

Fauna and flora of Israel

Lecture & field

B.Sc. (Technion)

Experimental design and analyses of scientific data (with Prof. Izhaki).

Lecture, exercises & field

M.Ed (Oranim)

 

 

Students Supervised

Name

Research subject

1. *Nava Henig-Sever
1. The effect of post-fire tree cutting regime on the regeneration of natural Pinus halepensis. 2. Drought damage and recovery of Quercus calliprinos after a series of drought.
2. *Natarajan Singar-avelan The effect of secondary compounds in nectar on honeybee behavior and hive fitness (together with Izhaki and Inbar).
3. *Ohad  Afik
The effect of secondary compounds in nectar on honeybees (together with Izhaki and Inbar).
4. *Eitan Yuval
Spatial genetic structure and its temporal changes in post-fire regenerating stands of Pinus halepensis on M. Carmel (Supervision together with Ben-Shlomo).
5. *Ofer Steinitz
Spatial genetic structure and its temporal changes in post-fire regenerating stands of Pinus halepensis in Israel (Supervision together with Nathan and Ben-Shlomo).

 

 

Ph.D. 

Name of Student

Title of thesis

1. Nava Henig-Sever
Regulation of germination by ash and its ecological significance in the post-fire regeneration of Mediterranean vegetation. (Supervision together with Eshel).
2. Shirrinka Goubitz
Reproductive characteristics and spatial and temporal allocation patterns in natural and planted stands of Pinus halepensis and P. brutia. (Supervision together with: Werger, and Shmida).
3. Sapir Yuval
Pollination ecology of Oncocyclus irises (Supervision together with A. Shmida).
4. Ofrit Shavit
Competition between honeybees and local solitary wild bees (Supervision together with Dafni).
5. Shay Levi
Forest Fire Management in Israel:
An Ecological- Economic Analysis (Supervision together with Shechter).
6. Harel Agra
The effects of woody species as landscape modulators on the diversity of herbaceous species along the aridity gradient in Israel.

 

 

M.Sc.

Name of Student

Title of thesis

Degree

1. Ofrit Shavit
Foraging behaviour of females and males of solitary bees. (Supervision together with Shmida).

M.Sc.

2. Shay Levi

The effect of visitors on the soil properties and vegetation in pine forest campsites on Mount Carmel. (Supervision together with Dafni and Grinbaum).

M.A.

3. Liron Shapira

Invasion of Tamarix nilotica its ecological background and management implications (Supervision together with Klein and Portnov).

M.A.

4. Sagi Nahum

Variation in genetic diversity, plant density, sexual segregation and reproductive success of Pistacia lentiscus populations along an aridity gradient (Supervision together with Inbar and Ben-Shlomo).

M.Sc.

5. Ishay Hoffmann

Seasonal changes in the pollination system of Micromeria fruticosa L (Lamiaceae) and its efficiency in two populations on Mt. Carmel (Supervision together with Dafni).

M.Sc.

6. Harel Agra

The effects of woody landscape modulating species on the diversity of herbaceous species in Mediterranean forest.

M.Sc.

7. Noga Zohar

The effects of goat grazing and cutting on Mediterranean shrubs (Pistacia lentiscus and  Phillyrea latifolia) - physiological and ecological aspects (Supervision together with Perevolotzki).

M.Sc.

8. Guy Dovrat

The effect of wild boars (Sus scrofa) on herbaceous vegetation in Ramat Hanadiv park (Supervision together with Perevolotzki).

M.Sc.

9. Anna Gershberg
The effect of fire on the genetic structure of Pinus halepensis.
M.Sc.

10. Hagai Tzohari

Pollination and reproductive success of distinct color morphs in Anemone coronaria.

M.Sc.

 

Last update: May, 2011